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Colorado-Nebraska score prediction
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
9/7/2018

Colorado-Nebraska score prediction

90%
Huskers win WINNER

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10%
Huskers lose

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90%
Huskers win

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John M. Hodge
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John M. Hodge

37-13 Huskers- the D want them blackshirts!

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K De Backer
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K De Backer

Cornhuskers in a nailbiter.

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James Stewart
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James Stewart

Frost - Martinez - Washington - Ozigbo - Defense and ATTITUDE AND CONDITIONING. NU 48 - CU 17

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James Miller
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James Miller

Huskers will win because Defense will be huge improvement this year.

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Jerry Scheschy
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Jerry Scheschy

Home field advantage.

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10%
Huskers lose

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It seems Matt Rhule is keeping Donovan Raiola as Nebraska's offensive line coach. Good move or bad?
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
14 days left

It seems Matt Rhule is keeping Donovan Raiola as Nebraska's offensive line coach. Good move or bad?

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Visitor
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Visitor

It's hard to coach a quality OL with subpar players

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Rob Powers
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Rob Powers

I don't think we know how good Donovan really is. If the S&C is making the linemen heavy, slow, and stiff there is only so much Raiola can do. Rhule knows OL and has a track record of identifying good young coaches, so I trust that he sees something here.

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john brandon
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john brandon

Trust Rhule on this one

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Bad

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Spot Ify
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Spot Ify

Is this a serious question?

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Marty Norris Davis
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Marty Norris Davis

Our quarterbacks had .5 seconds to make a decision...

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jerry reinhardt
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jerry reinhardt

My respect and confidence in Matt Rhule has dropped significantly!! This is the A #1 position /coaching that needed to be addressed IMMEDIAATELY!!

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Richard Johnson
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Richard Johnson

Worst performing position on the team. Coach or scheme, I don't know, but if that who MR wants, he has to live with results.

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Rick Shaneyfelt
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Rick Shaneyfelt

The offensive line showed no improvement under Riaola and in fact regressed in their run blocking. He is also very inexperienced compared to many other candidates including John Garrison. Rhule said " it starts in the trenches". Put your money where your mouth is!

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Matt Seiler
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Matt Seiler

This is honestly the first time I’ve seriously questioned Rhule. This makes 0 sense. The O line is 99% of the reason Casey got massacred this year. We would have been an 8-4 team at minimum with a serviceable O line. And don’t get me started on improvement, that was VERY minimal

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Michael Sandstrom
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Michael Sandstrom

There is very little upside to this choice. There are many qualified offensive line coaches that have produced at this level. I would look into getting one of them. I also believe that Raiola did very little to warrant him being retained.

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Alexanderthegreatandterrible
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Alexanderthegreatandterrible

Watch the season, what evidence do we have on the field that shows Rialo is right for Husker Nation in a rebuild year.

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Joe Hegarty
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Joe Hegarty

Bad unless Rhule is getting something or someone in return.

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Steven Waltman
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Steven Waltman

Dumb move should have kept Bill Busche.

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Bryan Petersen
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Bryan Petersen

Line was awful this year

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Bruce Neel
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Bruce Neel

They didn't play well this year

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Bill and Kathy Dalton
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Bill and Kathy Dalton

We need a proven OL coach that builds fast, agile and strong blocking graders

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VAHuskerFan
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VAHuskerFan

HELL NO!!!! Is this a trick question, that O Line was one of the worst I have ever seen, he needs to go

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Terry Darnall
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Terry Darnall

If you are coach with discipline methods of developement of the players, you can turn an offensive line around very quickly. Most of the same lineman are coming back. And now is he going to sell them on being tougher and more disciplined? I dont buy it! Very bad move by Ruhle!

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Larry Smith
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Larry Smith

Wasn't the season bad because the offensive line didn't do well? If so, then, why keep Raiole?

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Yes

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Ken E
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Ken E

A Defensive line coach that is nicknamed "Pot Roast". That's a recipe for success.

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Matt Seiler
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Matt Seiler

All of them, but especially Satterfield. Love how he uses TEs. Just hope ours can stay healthy this year. If so, guys like Fidone will be a mismatch

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No

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Craig W
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Craig W

Not one hire has any reputable credentials or experience. Hell, the O coordinator wasn't able to call the last 2 games for his team. Ruhle was a disappointing hire and his picks are far, far worse.

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Robert Lloyd
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Robert Lloyd

I haven't seen anyone dedicated to a run first offense to my liking. If we are a pass first, second and third offense (such as the last 20 years) we will continue to fail. I would prefer to run and run and run and fail for awhile till we learn how to do it, than any short term gain passing.

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James Wyatt
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James Wyatt

Haven't seen what any of the coaches can do at Nebraska to be able to rate how much i like them. When the coaches win more than six games and go to a bowl game then I will let you no what coaches I like.. GO BIG RED TILL I DIE!!!!

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Chad Alexander
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Chad Alexander

Nobody is exciting maybe d-coord will be.

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Jeff Barker
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Jeff Barker

Bringing in offensive coordinators who have strong offenses against teams with no defense... and bringing in defensive coaches from those teams that don't play defense. That offense will fail in the Big10.

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Larry Smith
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Larry Smith

No, but Mickey J certainly took himself out of consideration. I will wait to see what happens in the fall.

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